FALLSEM2014-15_CP1375_10-Jul-2014_RM02_Visio_basics.ppt - VISIO BASICS Academic Computing Services 2010 Course contents \u2022 Overview Communicate in a

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Academic Computing Services 2010 VISIO BASICS
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Academic Computing Services 2010 Course contents Course contents Overview: Communicate in a visual way Lesson 1: What Visio can do for you Lesson 2: Make your first diagram Lesson 3: A closer look at the Visio environment Each lesson includes a list of suggested tasks and a set of test questions.
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Academic Computing Services 2010 Overview: Communicate in a visual way Discover the variety of diagrams you can make with this powerful software. Then create your first diagram. Plus, learn important basics about shapes and stencils. With Microsoft Office Visio 2007, you’ll have no doubt that a picture is worth a thousand words.
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Academic Computing Services 2010 Course goals Course goals Know what Visio does and what kinds of diagrams you can make with it. Know which edition of Visio 2007 you have and what that means for using it. Know how to make a diagram by dragging shapes into place and connecting them. Know how to zoom, resize, and add text to shapes.
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Academic Computing Services 2010 Lesson 1 What Visio can do for you
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Academic Computing Services 2010 What Visio can do for you Visio is an intelligent diagramming program. It empowers you to communicate in a visual manner, and helps make your diagrams more meaningful, flexible, and responsive to your needs. You can capture information in ways that are valuable for you and your business. Visio is more than a diagramming program.
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Academic Computing Services 2010 Business-process diagrams One of the most popular uses of Visio is to illustrate business processes. A three-step flowchart
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Academic Computing Services 2010 Business-process diagrams Creating a diagram like this one is easy. The shapes are already made for you; all you have to do is drag them into place, type some text, and resize them a little. A three-step flowchart The lines connecting shapes are called connectors . Connectors are easily glued to shapes. When a shape moves, the connector moves as well.
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Academic Computing Services 2010 Business-process diagrams, continued Here's an example of how powerful Visio diagrams can be: If a portion of your diagram needs additional detail, you can create that detailed portion separately and add a hyperlink to it. When you need a large and detailed diagram, Visio is the right program to use. A flowchart with a hyperlink to more detail
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Academic Computing Services 2010 Organization charts Organization charts are another type of diagram frequently used in business. Sure, the lines and shapes let you easily see the reporting structure of an organization. But here's where Visio really shines: You can also associate data with each shape in the diagram.
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